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Sep 9, 2012 1:15am EDT
. in 2009, congress passed and president obama signed the lilly ledbetter fair pay act. it is the name of a woman who was discriminated by her employer for more than two decades but could not get justice because of the supreme court's conservative majority came up with a creative new way to read laws against job discrimination. the lilly ledbetter ad provides struggle protection for women and some states are doing now the opposite, weakening women's legal protections against discrimination. it was brought to my attention the other day that extraordinary money wielded by a few men behind the far right conservative movement is aimed perhaps not so much at electing romney and ryan, but in fact in the senate. who knows what would happen if that were in republican hands. so all right, why? why? when women are 51% of the work force, 57% of higher educational degrees, primary care givers at home, primary consumer force in the marketplace, why have we done so little to protect ourselves in this political arena? so little to demand equal representation? [applause] i want you to imagine somethin
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